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From exploring the great outdoors to delicious dining experiences to awesome art, there’s lots to do in the greater Syracuse area. What do ESF faculty and staff love most about living in Syracuse?
ESF Welcomes New Staff
A warm Mighty Oak welcome to new members of the ESF community! See all the new names around our campus.
The Center of Excellence in Healthy Water Solutions – a joint public/private institution endeavor between SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) and Clarkson University – held its inaugural meeting, A Conversation on Advances in Water Science and Technology, March 12 and 13, on the ESF campus.
Elizabeth Vazquez and Andre Luo have led an ESOL conversation class for international students. How do they use their own experiences to help other students transition to life in the U.S.?
A mighty welcome to David Ciesielski, who joined the SUNY ESF Foundation as Major Gifts Officer! How does his work connect to student scholarships and research opportunities?
Isabel Valentín uses every moment of climate anxiety as an opportunity to make a difference. How is she turning environmental fears into an action plan to help Vieques, Puerto Rico, and beyond?
Joanie Mahoney, president of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), was named one of the top 25 most-influential higher education leader in New York state. The Higher Education Power 100 recognizes New York’s most influential academic leaders making the biggest difference, on campus and off, whether it’s spurring job growth, advocating for policy changes, or advising city and state government officials.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Oakie the Acorn, the mascot from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), moves on to Round 2 in SUNY’s Mascot Madness competition, having defeated the University of Buffalo’s Victor E. Bull.
Meet the ESF Alumni Office! Debbie Caviness, Jennifer Cullivan, and Akilah Spencer-McLain are the team that works to keep ESF’s 21,000 graduates across the globe connected to the college and each other. They are the force behind Homecoming weekend, alumni publications, and the College Bookstore. How are they making an impact and helping to improve our world?
ESF continues to monitor winter weather and local travel conditions today, Tuesday, March 14, and expects to remain open and operational. The College makes weather-related decisions based on the most up-to-date national weather service data and forecasting, as well as in consultation with Syracuse University (SU) officials, SU’s independent meteorologist, ESF University Police, and the ESF grounds/snow removal crews.